Will he or won't he? Can he? Should he? Fans and NHL teams alike may be excited about the possible return of Peter Forsberg. But the fact he can rejoin the league at such a late date exposes a flaw in the system, writes Terry Frei.
A Democratic National Convention couldn't stop the quiet but mighty force known as Joe Sakic from returning to the Avalanche, writes Terry Frei.
Peter Forsberg is back in action in Denver, but can the Avalanche return to the postseason with him in the lineup?
This Peter Forsberg's-every-move coverage shouldn't be allowed to become pathetic. Let's hope the end portion of the forward's career doesn't betray the standards he's set up to this point.
There has been a Peter Forsberg sighting in Denver! Does that mean Foppa is considering an Avs return? Regardless of the team, Terry Frei believes he'll be back.
Peter Forsberg and the Flyers recently insinuated Sidney Crosby took dives. Terry Frei's response: hey, look in the mirror.
With Peter Forsberg and Adam Foote out of town, the Avalanche have to deal with a new reality, writes Terry Frei.
With the free-agent signing rush underway, Terry Frei writes that there has been anxiety, inneundo and rumors in Denver over where, if at all, Peter Forsberg fits in.
Sure, the Avs made a coaching change, but their roster remains one of the league's deepest.
Peter Forsberg will leave Colorado to play in Sweden. He won't be gone for long, though.
The Avs need Peter Forsberg to make a return reminiscent of his 2002 injury comeback.
Peter Forsberg's leave of absence wasn't a vacation. His playoff prowess is proof.
One thing is certain heading into Game 2 of the Western Conference finals: Injuries are taking a toll.
Like they did in last year's Stanley Cup finals, the Avs march into Game 7 having stolen Game 6 on the road.
The Avalanche finally found a balance between offense and defense in Game 4.
It's not as obvious as it sounds -- Forsberg's return puts the Avs in the running.